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Synonyms for examine

Synonyms for examine

to study closely or systematically

to subject to a procedure that ascertains effectiveness, value, proper function, or other quality

to subject to a test of knowledge or skill

to put a question to (someone)

Synonyms for examine

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The list of successful examinees is now posted at the 7th Floor, NAPOLCOM Central Office located at the DILG-NAPOLCOM Center, NAPOLCOM Bldg.
The CSC ARMM shall send notifications to the affected examinees through the contact numbers and/or email addresses appearing on the examinees application forms that were submitted for the suspended August 6, 2017 CSE-PPT.
Patna: Authorities in Bihar have suspended a police official after he was found guilty of asking a grade 10 board examinee to remove his trousers in the exam hall, before body-searching him.
The test material is run in a voice-over translation accompanying the text written in the language of the examinee," said Ahmed Hashim Bahrozyan, CEO of the RTA Licensing Agency.
However, this method is impractical and limited as the hardware owned by examinees needs to identify the smart card, and it is still possible that the students may give their identity cards to others.
When the test has no personal stakes, examinees who report higher effort tend to score somewhat higher (Cole, Bergin, & Whittaker, 2008; Eklof, 2007; Schiel, 1996; Sundre & Kitsantas, 2004; Wolf & Smith, 1995).
The parameter a is called a discrimination parameter, which allows for discrimination among the examinees for each item (Harvey & Hammer, 1999).
There was statistically significant difference between the genders of examinees (Table 1).
To evaluate the implications of deliberate practice when teaching test administration skills, novice, but trained, graduate student examiners administered intelligence tests to a convenience sample of volunteer school-age examinees assigned to a first test session.
A MOMENT of candour -- or call it naivete -- has led to a police investigation into how the contents of a government exam were leaked to the examinees.
Examinees from public and private education establishments will be distributed over 513 examination centres in several branches of learning such as arts, experimenting sciences, economics and management, maths and technical science, computers and sports.
of New York) introduce DIF methods for identifying whether examinee responses to particular test items or sets of test items are linked systematically to the personal characteristics of the examinees and are otherwise unrelated to the test's central construct.
The scientists divided the number of examinees in each state by the number of sites where the test was held in that state, to determine the average number of examinees per site in each state.
Experience and psychometrics tell us that not all items fit all examinees and not all items have the same quality.